Movement of 19 trains at Gahmar station increased

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The ongoing unrest that called for the train to be stopped at Gahmar station turned into an indefinite strike from Sunday. The union also supported the movement. Traders from Gahmar, Severai and Bhadaura took part in the dharna. Former soldiers, villagers and women took part in the demonstration. The railway administration warned that if the trains did not stop, a fight would ensue. The shutdown of 19 pairs of trains was ended at Gahmar station during the Corona period, but these trains will not be stopped even after unlocking. Most of the people in the village of Gahmar, the largest in Asia, are employed in the army and keep coming from near and far. Traders also have problems with trains not stopping. Members of the Rail Stakhana Andolan Committee, who several times in the past informed rail officials, regional public officials, called for trains to be suspended, but the result remained the same. At the same time, all traders from Udyog Vyapar Mandals Gahmar, Severai and Bhadaura took part in the open-ended sit-down on Sunday. For this he kept his shops closed. Bhadaura Vyapar Mandal’s President Narendra Gupta said the region’s ordinary citizens are experiencing inconvenience due to fewer train interruptions at Gahmar Station. In addition, the soldiers stationed on the border of the military-dominated village of Gahmar experience a lot of inconvenience commuting. The demand for trains to stop again is justified in the interests of the people of this area. There is also the interest of the dealers involved. We support this just demand. In a speech before the Dharna, the treasurer of Sainik Sangathan, Shivanand Singh, said that this government discriminated against Gahmar, citing the Corona period. Many times people handed out leaflets and requested trains to be suspended, which was ignored. On this occasion the Panchayat district members Vimla Gupta, Rakesh Yadav, Durga Chaurasia, Markandey Singh, Heram Singh, Raj Kumar Singh, Amjad Hussain, the former leader Murli Kushwaha, Sudhir Singh, Kunal Singh, Prashant Singh, Akhand Mithil, Akhand Pratap Singh , In attendance were Anand Mohan Singh, Amit Singh, Pintu Singh, Mittu Khan, Tauqeer Khan, Akbar Khan, Narendra Gupta, Shiv ji, Guddu Agrahari, Manish Singh Bittu.

The ongoing unrest that called for the train to be stopped at Gahmar station turned into an indefinite strike from Sunday. The union also supported the movement. Traders from Gahmar, Severai and Bhadaura took part in the dharna. Former soldiers, villagers and women took part in the demonstration. The railway administration warned that if the trains did not stop, a fight would ensue. The shutdown of 19 pairs of trains was ended at Gahmar station during the Corona period, but these trains will not be stopped even after unlocking. Most of the people in the village of Gahmar, the largest in Asia, are employed in the army and keep coming from near and far. Traders also have problems with trains not stopping. Members of the Rail Stakhana Andolan Committee briefed rail officials, regional public officials, and requested the suspension of trains several times in the past, but the result remained the same. At the same time, all traders from Udyog Vyapar Mandals Gahmar, Severai and Bhadaura took part in the open-ended sit-down on Sunday. For this he kept his shops closed. Bhadaura Vyapar Mandal’s President Narendra Gupta said the region’s ordinary citizens are experiencing inconvenience due to fewer train interruptions at Gahmar Station. In addition, the soldiers stationed on the border of the military-dominated village of Gahmar experience a lot of inconvenience commuting. The demand for trains to stop again is justified in the interests of the people of this area. There is also the interest of the dealers involved. We support this just demand. In a speech before the Dharna, the treasurer of Sainik Sangathan, Shivanand Singh, said that this government discriminated against Gahmar, citing the Corona period. Many times people handed out leaflets and requested trains to be suspended, which was ignored. On this occasion the Panchayat district members Vimla Gupta, Rakesh Yadav, Durga Chaurasia, Markandey Singh, Heram Singh, Raj Kumar Singh, Amjad Hussain, the former leader Murli Kushwaha, Sudhir Singh, Kunal Singh, Prashant Singh, Akhand Mithil, Akhand Pratap Singh , In attendance were Anand Mohan Singh, Amit Singh, Pintu Singh, Mittu Khan, Tauqeer Khan, Akbar Khan, Narendra Gupta, Shiv ji, Guddu Agrahari, Manish Singh Bittu.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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